Communities across Equateur Province need to be alerted to the rising Ebola risk if the spread of the killer disease is to be halted.

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21 cases of haemorrhagic fever, including 17 deaths were reported in the Democratic Republic of Congo on 3 May 2018. Two out five samples taken to Kinshasa for testing on 6 May, tested positive for Ebola.

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